Prevent Sexual Harassment in Middle School

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Teaching healthy boundaries and sexual harassment prevention in middle school
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Talk to a Survivor received its first grant to do primary prevention of sexual violence work a few months back and has been working with the Salt Lake Arts Academy for the past couple of month. Stay tuned for lessons … Read More

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Start by Believing sticker: symbol of offering a supportive response
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Talk to a Survivor offers free Start by Believing stickers to all those who pledge to be ready with a supportive response to any disclosure of sexual assault. What can you prepare to say?   -I’m so sorry this happened … Read More

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Sexual Violence and Utah’s Social Soil
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Now that we’ve been studying the sexual violence epidemic for decades, we know there are both proven risk and protective factors for both perpetration and victimization. Talk to a Survivor’s mission is to transform Utah’s social soil from one that … Read More

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Rates of Childhood Sexual Abuse Down from Previous Generations
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            Source: National  Child  Abuse  and  Neglect  Data  System (NCANDS), which aggregates and publishes statistics from state  child protection agencies. Funny enough, I’ve found that people are sometimes hesitant to share the news that rates of childhood sexual abuse have significantly decreased since we first … Read More

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How to Reduce Depression by 1/2, Alcoholism by 2/3, and Domestic Violence by 3/4?
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According to findings from the ACE study- ending child abuse means that’s exactly what could happen. Imagine that.             …” when the ACE study data started to appear on his [Robert Anda] computer screen, he … Read More

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How common are false allegations of rape?
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  The percentage of false allegations of rape have varied across time due in part to the definition and the culture at the time of taking the measurement. Here’s one of latest, most cited studies on the issue. If you … Read More

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Thank YOU! Start by Believing Day Spotlight Screening A Success
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    Thank you to everyone in our community who contributed to the success of Utah’s first Start by Believing day event. We were able to raise the money, recruit the talent, educate the public on why it’s vital to … Read More

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My doctor Starts by Belieiving
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Went in for my annual exam today and shared the Start by Believing campaign with my doctor, Jennifer Norris. Been in her care for at least 15 years. She Starts by Believing. As a survivor, it’s hugely important that my … Read More

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Can I say, “I Believe You?”
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Utah’s first official Start by Believing Day is April 6th, just a couple of weeks away. Talk to a Survivor, will dedicate space here to helping our community Start by Believing. How can I say that “I believe” victims? … … Read More

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Rates of Childhood Sexual Abuse Down from Previous Generations

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            Source: National  Child  Abuse  and  Neglect  Data  System (NCANDS), which aggregates and publishes statistics from state  child protection agencies. Funny enough, I’ve found that people are sometimes hesitant to share the news that rates of childhood sexual abuse have significantly decreased since we first … Read More

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